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Windows could not set the security on Group Policy Events

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Have windows 2000 server environment and have several 2000 pro clients which work fin.  Recently installed 2 clients with windows xp professional and both log on to the desktop and I see the network fine, but system is really slow bringing up the desktop and this is the error in the Event Viewer:
Event Type:     Error
Event Source:     Userenv
Event Category:     None
Event ID:     1094
Date:          3/21/2003
Time:          8:05:15 AM
User:          NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
Computer:     DAVID
Description:
Windows could not set the security on Group Policy Events. (The operation completed successfully. ). Processing aborted.

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maxinbo,
Check the DNS server on XPs network settings
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Apparantly the DNS number I had entered in previously wasn't typed in correctly, so now it works.  The odd thing is that all the 2000 computers are set to get IP and DNS numbers automatically.  Do you have any idea why it is that I have to enter DNS number on XP machines.

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No idea. If you have DHCP on your network, XPs must automatically get DNS setting, please check this article for diferent behavior:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;305553
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